A woman has told her story of being abducted and raped in Pakistan.
The woman, who did not want to be identified, said she was in the city of Rawalpindi, in the north-west of the country, on September 11, 2018.
She said she had just left the office of a local woman’s group when she was picked up by men and forced to drink water.
The men allegedly raped her while they beat her, the woman said.
“They took my clothes off, my head was covered with blood.
I was still unconscious, and I was not able to fight back,” she said.
After she escaped, she contacted a group of women who contacted the police, who later arrested two men.
The two were subsequently released on bail and later released.
However, the victim has since told her family and friends about her ordeal.
“We want to warn the other women who might have been affected by the same thing,” she told The Associated Press by phone from Pakistan.
“I hope the police will get to the bottom of this matter and make sure they arrest the accused.”
She also wants to know what the women who have been sexually assaulted have to say.
“This has been happening all over the country,” she added.